Transport Parameters of Inkjet Printed Nanoparticle Silver on Polyimide Substrate Measured at Room and Liquid Nitrogen Temperatures
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AuthorsMenicanin, Aleksandar B.
Zivanov, Ljiljana D.
Stojanović, Goran M.
Samardzic, Natasa M.
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This brief presents the transport parameters of silver layers on a polyimide substrate fabricated by an inkjet printing technology using nanoparticle inks with 20 wt% and 40 wt% silver. All the electrical characteristics of the samples were measured by Hall effect measurement system at 0.37 T. The electron mobility in inkjet printed silver layer was 7.07 and 4.58 cm(2)/V s for 20 wt% silver, 29.6 and 21.3 cm(2)/V s for 40 wt% silver at 77 and 300 K, respectively. The resistivity in inkjet printed silver layer with 20 wt% is 20.6 x 10(-6) and 27.1 x 10(-6) Omega cm, and 4.81 x 10(-6) and 8.27 x 10(-6) Omega cm for 40 wt% silver at 77 and 300 K, respectively. The surface morphology and profiles of the samples were obtained with an atomic force and scanning electron microscope.
Keywords:Flexible technology / Hall measurement / inkjet printing / silver nanoparticle ink
Source:IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, 2013, 60, 9, 2963-2967
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